peel test

peel test

[′pēl ‚test]
(engineering)
A test to ascertain the adhesive strength of bonded strips of metals by peeling or pulling the metal strips back and recording the adherence values.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Adhesion between the treated dielectric surface and plating was evaluated by the bond strength at the dielectric-plating interface by a 90[degrees] peel test. Freshly processed with the novel SAP, plated dielectric samples were cut into 2.54 x 5.72cm L specimens and tested.
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Fora medical packaging laboratory, the PQ process validates different system configurations for different test types (e.g., peel test and tensile test), and ensures that different operators use the same protocol to achieve similar results.
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There are many well-known types of the destructive testing methods like the tensile test, peel test, tape peel test, indentation bonding test, self-loading test, scratch test, blister test, beam bending test etc [13-16j.
Rated speeds from 0.04 to 5.0 meters/second (95 to 12,000 inches/minute) extend far beyond usual peel test speeds.
For example, in the automotive industry a weld is considered good if the average diameter of the pin remaining after the destructive peel test exceeds a predefined minimum value.
It functions as a peel test with up to 25 percent of peel failure stress being along the entire length of the seam during application of pressure.
Table 1 shows the peel test results before and after heat exposure tests.
The following analysis is based on the work by Williams and coworkers [15, 16], Figure 2a shows an illustration of the fixed arm peel test. In order to peel the skin from the substrate or core material, it is necessary to provide energy in the form of external work to the laminate.